|Ruggles of Red Gap|
|Directed by||James Cruze|
|Screenplay by|| Anthony Coldeway |
|Based on||Ruggles of Red Gap|
by Harry Leon Wilson
|Produced by||James Cruze|
|Starring|| Edward Everett Horton |
Charles Stanton Ogle
|Edited by||Dorothy Arzner|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Languages|| Silent |
Ruggles of Red Gap is a 1923 American silent Western film directed by James Cruze and written by Anthony Coldeway and Walter Woods that was adapted from the novel by Harry Leon Wilson. The film stars Edward Everett Horton, Ernest Torrence, Lois Wilson, Fritzi Ridgeway, Charles Stanton Ogle, Louise Dresser, Anna Lehr, and William Austin. The film was released on October 7, 1923, by Paramount Pictures.   
An English valet brought to the American west assimilates into the American way of life.
With no prints of Ruggles of Red Gap located in any film archives,  it is a lost film.
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